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Trump dominates difficult summit that leaves G7 divided on climate -

Before any of the G7 leaders ever set foot in Sicily, it was clear that this was Donald Trump's summit and everyone else was just living in it. The stories to accommodate the predictably unpredictable U.S. president filled the global media as the ...and more »

In Europe, World Leaders Try To Change Trump's Mind On Climate Change - NPR

It was eight against one, according to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. On one side, leaders of Canada, Japan, France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom, plus two EU representatives. On the other side, President Trump. And up for debate, the peril ...and more »

Worried by Trump, G7 sees a bright side: he showed up -

The US president didn't sign up to the Paris accords but fellow leaders feel it could all have been much worse. By David M. Herszenhorn. 5/27/17, 6:48 PM CET. Updated 5/29/17, 7:12 AM CET. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, U.S. President Donald Trump ...and more »

G7 summit ends with split between Donald Trump, other leaders on climate change - ABC Online

Under pressure from allies, US President Donald Trump has backed a pledge to fight protectionism, but refused to endorse a global climate change accord, saying he needed more time to decide.and more »

UN leader: US leaving Paris accord will harm its global influence - CNN

(CNN) In five months in office, UN Secretary-General António Guterres, has so far publicly avoided challenging new US President Donald Trump. Trump signals he's ready to exit Paris climate accord, but decision · Trump signals he's ready to exit ...and more »

Trump Ends Trip Where He Started: At Odds With Allies and Grilled on Russia - New York Times

TAORMINA, Sicily — President Trump declined to endorse the Paris climate accords on Saturday, ending his first foreign trip much as he began it: at odds with several of the nation's allies and under a cloud of questions back home about his ties to Russia.and more »

World Leaders Increase Pressure on Trump to Stay in the Paris Accord - New York Times

TAORMINA, Sicily — World leaders on Friday intensified their pressure on President Trump to keep the United States in the Paris climate agreement, as negotiators for seven Western powers labored to bridge differences between Mr. Trump and his ...and more »

Can the Paris Climate Deal Survive a Trump-Style Renegotiation? - New York Times

As President Trump ponders whether the United States should stay in or leave the Paris climate agreement, many of his closest allies and advisers have been urging him to keep the country in but “renegotiate” the deal to better reflect his energy policies.and more »

Hopes for refugee crisis plan fall into chasm between G7 and Trump - The Guardian

Divisions between Donald Trump and other members of the G7 at the summit in Sicily have become so broad and deep that they may be forced to issue a brief leaders' statement rather than a full communique, dashing Italian hopes of engineering a big step ...and more »

Donald Trump at loggerheads with rest of G7 over climate change - Financial Times

Donald Trump walked out of the G7 on Saturday at loggerheads with the rest of the big western economies over climate change, amid fears that the US will pull out of the Paris accord on tackling global warming. Angela Merkel, German chancellor, did ...and more »